The entertainer undressed for “Playboy” – and says it’s important to her “to look at mature women over 50 anew and to stage them confidently in their femininity”.
Entertainer Désirée Nick drops the covers for “Playboy” at the age of 66 – and talks about dealing with older women. “The view of a woman in the middle of life is full of clichés and prejudices. I want to break through these role models and clichés,” says the “Jungle Camp” winner from 2004 in the German October issue of “Playboy”.
“I have transported everything that is called erotic stimuli to a completely new age group. And that is exactly what I show with and through “Playboy”.” This makes her the oldest woman to date on the German edition of the magazine.
It is important to her to “review mature women over 50 and stage them confidently in their femininity”. Her body has changed over the years, now she has a “rounder, more feminine shape” and has now gained the self-confidence to model. “I would like to encourage young women to stand up for themselves: No plastic surgeon in the world can carve you as perfectly as you actually are.” She’s glad she didn’t start plastic surgery early. “I’ll go to the doctor for Botox, but that’s part of the cosmetics. Absolutely nothing has been done to my body.”
Nick also wants to draw attention to age discrimination with her book “Old White Woman” (Penguin-Verlag, September 13).
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